The idyllic Balearic Island of Ibiza is one of the most beloved tourist destinations in the Mediterranean. Despite its reputation as a global party capital, the island has retained an exceptional natural heritage, its quiet coves and olive groves in the north and west providing a wonderfully tranquil retreat. Discover Villanovo's selection of luxury properties, including many villas in Ibiza with swimming pools, in Ibiza.
Villanovo has handpicked an exclusive selection of beautiful houses located throughout Ibiza, from luxurious chic party-pads to charming tranquil villas set deep in the countryside. As always, we are committed to providing our clients with high-quality properties that will meet their specific needs. All our villas are regularly inspected and maintained.
At Villanovo we have travelled the island in search of the most beautiful properties, delightful, fully equipped luxury houses, villas with a private swimming pool, large houses or more intimate homes throughout the island. Our Ibiza specialists are here to help you find the villa of your dreams and help you organize every aspect of your luxury stay in Ibiza.
We offer both catered and self-catering, luxury properties with a third option of hiring staff for a one-off occasion also available. Speak to our villa specialists today to see how we can provide the villa experience in Ibiza to meet your needs.
At Villanovo, we take special pride in ensuring your stay is everything you wish for. That's why we offer the experience, expertise and local contacts of our dedicated concierge to assist you in the planning and smooth-running of your holiday in Ibiza.
Whether you would like some assistance in organising airport transfer, car, boat or bike hire, choosing a restaurant, hiring a private chef, babysitting, setting up a photo shoot or any other special request that you may have, our dedicated concierge is on-hand to make the arrangements and ensure you receive an impeccable service.
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When we talk about Ibiza, we immediately think of a party island packed with young revellers, of wild nights with the throbbing beachfront discotheques of San Antoni ablaze with house music. And while that side of the island is very much deserving of its fame, there is so much more to Ibiza than its nightclubs. Further north and to the west of the island, it reveals a laid-back, almost rustic side, where ecotourism, hiking, yoga and relaxation in its secluded bays and rugged landscapes is the order of the day.
The island's cultural programme also reveals another face of the island, for example the International Music Summit, held in San Jordi in May, or the delightful Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos, a colourful parade of the Three Wise Men, distributing toys and sweets to the children on twelfth night in January. Meanwhile Saint-Ciriac in Eivissa Old Town, organised in August, brings the inhabitants together around a large picnic before attending a firework show in the evening.
There are a number of family-friendly activities that you can enjoy during your stay in Ibiza. Hiking, water sports and meditation are all available, as well as horse-riding and biking for the kids.
Numerous hiking routes lead to splendid natural areas such as the Ses Salines Natural Park, home to some of the islands most gorgeous beaches, as well as dunes and steep cliffs hosting a colony of peregrine falcons.
Lovers of watersports will also take pleasure in the beautiful beaches of Ibiza where kayaking, windsurfing and scuba diving await in the Playa d'en Bossa. A number of places will also give you the opportunity to indulge in jet skiing. Speak to our local expert for more information.
As the type of tourism to Ibiza has evolved in recent years, so too have the restaurants, shops and even clubs sought out by visitors. It is increasingly common for visitors looking to make the most of Ibiza's free-spirited festive atmosphere to eschew the all-night raves long associated with the Ibiza in favour of blissed-out afternoons and evenings with the kids at one of the many family-family beach clubs dotted around the island. Among our favourites, you will find Babylon Beach Bar near Santa Eulalia and Aiyanna in Cala Nova near San Carlos. Families with young children looking to sample some of the island's laid-back
Ibiza's hippie lifestyle is a significant part of its culture and represents the calmer side to Ibiza’s. This gentler, more mystical face is a far cry from the colourful lights and endless nights of chemical excess often associated with the Balearic island. Las Dalias is perhaps the best known hippie market of Ibiza. Situated near San Antonio, in San Carlos, Las Dalias opened its doors 30 years ago and has been a must-do Saturday activity ever since. But it is not the only one! Close to Es Canár on the east coast, the increasingly popular 'Punta Arabí' hippy market is another worth checking out. Further stalls can be browsed in Forada, San Juan, Santa Gertrudis and Cala Llonga.
Beyond the markets, there are also plenty of delightful chic boutiques, showcasing local artisan clothing, ceramics and much more. Galeria Elefante in Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera offers elegant clothing, interesting paintings and decorative items to adorn your home with. Remaining largely undiscovered by tourists, the setting is intimate and cosy, and an authentic slice of Ibiza's creative spirit. Also in Santa Gertrudis, The Rose presents sumptuous paintings from artists such as Aldo Kolzac, while the Isabel Marant collection, silk dresses and magnificent home accessories are truly enchanting. And the icing on the cake: the shop also doubles as a restaurant offering delicious fresh pasta!
Ibiza is overflowing with activities for you and your loved ones to enjoy. Among our favourites you can find the following:
Easy access to the achingly beautiful island of Formentera is available from the port in Ibiza Old Town, with the trip taking only 30 minutes. Once there you can enjoy an endless sweep of unspoiled, powdery-sand beaches, quite coves, and turquoise waters. Best visited outside of peak season - an island paradise awaits.
A curious spot in the south of Ibiza, Atlantis, so-called by locals and hippies, goes by the official name of Sa Pedrera de Cala d'Hort. This old quarry owes its nickname to the myth of Atlantis, since its astonishing landscape evokes a sunken city. These mysteriously shaped rocks are not only the result of erosion caused by the Mediterranean Sea, but also by the hand of man. In the 1970s, hippies, seduced by the local area’s mystique, shaped the rock by creating figures of fish, animals, Buddhas and drawing messages of peace. A spectacular view of the sun setting behind the mysterious island of Es Vedrà is more than worth the journey,
For those looking to explore the diverse marine life of the Mediterranean, there are few better places to do so than in Ibiza! With its abundance of beautiful beaches and secret coves, Ibiza offers plenty of spots for spectacular snorkelling and scuba diving. We at Villanovo recommend La Cueva de la Luz, in the northern tip of Ibiza, or La Isla de Las Margaritas, just north of San Antonio, for an experience not easily forgotten!. Beyond snorkelling and scuba, Ibiza provides lots of opportunities to make the most of its crystalline waters, in the form of paddle-boarding, sailing and a whole host of other watersports. S
A trip to Ibiza is an invitation to embrace your inner hippie and discover a calmer side to both the island and yourself. Through our local concierge service, we can help you arrange a yoga session in the most idyllic of surroundings, ensuring that come the end of your holiday, you are sure to feel rejuvenated and refreshed.
Long heralded for its nutritional qualities, the Mediterranean diet is, of course, best sampled in its natural habitat. The cuisine of Ibiza is no exception. Villanovo recommends El Chiringuito, a trendy and elegant beach restaurant in the middle of Es Cavallet. Meanwhile, the remote seafood restaurants of the Fish Shack on Talamanca beach just outside Ibiza Town and Aiyanna in the delightful Cala Nova in the north-east are among the best parts of the island in which to spend a few hours sampling the local cuisine (and a couple of drinks!) while soaking up the Mediterranean sun.